FringeART: FringeNYC’s Visual Art Exploration!

FringeART presents a multimedia art exhibition at Cooper Square Gallery that is FREE to the public and features special events and a special beneficiary! This year, Submerging is fundraising for F2L, a New York City based project. F2L works to support queer and trans people of color in New York State whose lives are impacted by the prison-industrial complex. F2L is an entirely volunteer run project primarily made up of queer and trans people of color that provides jail, court, media and housing aid to individuals targeted by the prison system, as well as to the communities who are supporting their cases.


A multimedia art exhibition benefitting F2L.

August 12th – 25th – OPEN TO THE PUBLIC 1pm to 7pm Daily


Still from Of Our Springs, Gabbah Baya 2016


Opening Reception: August 12th, 6pm-9pm


NOLA Fam Film Screening: August 18th, 7pm


Book & Zine Fair: August 20th 2pm-7pm


Closing Reception: August 25th, 6pm-9pm

Cooper Union

41 Cooper Square Gallery

Featuring works by Abdu Ali, Ah-Mer-Ah-Su, Alli Logout, Andisa Montez, Ariel Jackson, Ashley Teamer, Ayqa Khan, DeVonn Francis, Dyani Douze, Eduardo Restrepo Castaño, Gabbah Baya, Isaac Kariuki, Isabel Alicia Baptista Gomez, Jay Boogie, Jon Cuba, Maja Griffin, Mister Wallace, Mohini Hewa, Oscar Ñn, Precolumbian and more. Curated by Óscar Moisés Diaz, Vanessa Leiva Santos, Río Sofía and The Tumblr Gender Collective.